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Old 05-02-2016, 13:54   #1
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Matecumbe to Clearwater non-stop?

Is this doable? I know the area from Matecumbe Harbor west initially includes a commercial route, but once I'm out into deeper water on my first day, can I continue non-stop all the way to Clearwater, or are there reasons not to overnight in this neighborhood? I know there are lovely places I'll miss, but the crew I have is more interested in speed than sights, being limited in time.

I am sailing a 38' sloop, 5' draft, 6+ kts under power, varies under sail.

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